/Type XObject /Subtype /Image See [PDF 32000 Section 8.9 - Images ]
PDF’s painting operators include general facilities for dealing with sampled images. A sampled image (or just image for short) is a rectangular array of sample values, each representing a colour. The image may approximate the appearance of some natural scene obtained through an input scanner or a video camera, or it may be generated synthetically.
Note that this class does the following roles:
PDF::Image - for low level manipulation of PDF Image objects.
PDF::Content::Image - for high-level image loading.
The PDF::Content::Image role enables PDF image objects to be loaded from image files. For example.
my PDF::XObject::Image $logo .= load: "logo.png":